Australian sports stars Joe and Renae Ingles are shooting for three.
The Ingles have revealed on social media their three-year-old twins Jacob and Milla will be welcoming a sibling in November.
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Renae posted a cute sign on Twitter featuring an "Ingles Incoming - November 2020" sign, a pair of tiny shoes and a "and baby makes three" onesie.
"So, we have been keeping a little secret ..." Renae wrote.
Renae, 33, is a Commonwealth Games and World Championship gold medal winner with the Australian netball team while Joe, 32, is a key member of the Utah Jazz and Boomers.
When Jacob was diagnosed with autism in January last year the Ingles became champions in raising awareness about the disorder.
The Ingles are part of a Utah Jazz baby boom with Jazz point guard Mike Conley and wife Mary Peluso also expecting, while another teammate Justin Wright-Foreman welcomed a daughter in February.
Ingles’ pandemic decision
Ingles’ team was at the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in the NBA.
Utah Jazz veteran Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this month — marking the first sight of the virus in the NBA, which quickly prompted the league to suspend operations — and guard Donovan Mitchell followed suit.
Though Ingles tested negative for the coronavirus, and he’s self-isolating with his wife and three-year-old twins at their Salt Lake City home, his fears about it haven’t shrunk.
But if he had to protect his family — most importantly Jacob, who has autism and a weakened immune system, which puts him at a higher risk for the coronavirus — Ingles said back in March he would walk away from the game for good tomorrow.
“If you had to tell me that you could never play again to protect Jacob from this, I would walk away, fly to Australia and never play another game in my life and be very content with it,” Ingles said on Tuesday, via The Athletic.
“I could walk out of this gym now, in the clothes I’m in and go to the airport. I would have zero issues because I wouldn’t want to put my family through that. I don’t want to put Jacob through that. I don’t want to put his sister through that, and I definitely don’t want to put his mother through that.”
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